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Indonesia: First Execution in 4 Years a Major Setback

Email Indonesia’s first execution in four years heightens the urgency for the government to take steps toward abolishing the death penalty. (New York) – Indonesia’s first execution in four years heightens the urgency for the government to take steps toward abolishing the death penalty. Adami Wilson, a 48-year-old Malawian national, was executed by firing squad in Jakarta on March 15, 2013. He was convicted in 2004 of smuggling one kilogram of heroin into Indonesia.read more

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